Eckohff takes the lead at the finish
Impeccable from start to finish, the Norwegian finished her race with a clear round and the best time at the finish. Denise Hermann is second at 22.3 seconds.
Justine Braisaz-Bouchet finishes
With a shooting foul, Justine Braisaz-Bouchet finished and was content with a provisional sixth place at the finish, more than a minute from Denise Hermann. No podium for the Frenchwoman.
Roiseland behind Hermann at the finish
While waiting for Tiril Eckohff, Denise Hermann keeps the lead of this sprint at the finish. Reigning world champion, Roiseland is content with provisional second place, 21.2 seconds behind the German.
Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet commits a fault on her standing shot, the podium remains playable
Very well on the skis, and in the lead when she arrived on the shooting range, Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet made a mistake. The podium remains playable for the best tricolor of this sprint. She came out in 3rd place and just 11.4 seconds behind Tiril Eckohff.
10/10 for Eckohff, well placed for the title
With a clear round on her standing shot, the Norwegian temporarily took first place in the race after her second shot. With 17.2 seconds on Denise Hermann, the Scandinavian should not be far from the title on arrival.
Cruel for Justine Braisaz-Bouchet
The Frenchwoman missed her very last ball and is satisfied with a 4/5 on the standing shot (9/10 in total). Terrible and his dreams of the podium should fly away.
Roiseland misses a standing shot
Two rounds of penalties for the Norwegian during this standing shot. The reigning world champion could see victory and even the podium slipping from her because of these mistakes. Provisional second place all the same.
5/5 for Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet lying down
Entering the lead on the shooting range, Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet signed a clear round on her lying shot. The Frenchwoman takes the lead with six tenths ahead of Denise Hermann. At all good.
4/5 standing for Hermann
Impressive on skis, Denise Hermann made a mistake on her standing shot. The victory can be played on this fault of the German.
Eckohff in the rhythm
Leader of the classification of the specialty this season, Tiril Eckohff signed a 5/5 on his lying shot. The Norwegian came out third but only 5 seconds behind Denise Hermann.
Two Germans on the provisional podium
In addition to Denise Hermann, Franziska Preuss also manages to slip onto the provisional podium after the first shot.
Perfect start to shooting for Justine Braisaz-Bouchet
Less well on skis, Justine Braisaz-Bouchet did not commit the slightest mistake on her lying shot. A 5/5 and a nice 5th provisional place after the first shot.
Flawless also for Roiseland
The defending champion ideally starts her race with a 5/5 on her lying shot. It comes out only 3.6 seconds from Denise Hermann.
5/5 for Hermann lying down
In good shape on the skis, the German Denise Hermann was impeccable on her prone shot. It temporarily takes 22 seconds on its first pursuer before the arrival of the favorites.
A lot of wind on the launch pad
Marketa Davidova committed two faults for the first lying shot of the day. The Finnish Mari Eder, she signed a faultless while the wind blows vigorously on the shooting range.
Let’s go for Justine Braisaz-Bouchet
The first tricolor of the day between track. Not necessarily at the best since the start of the season, Justine Braisaz-Bouchet hopes to sign a great achievement and slip onto the podium. To dream of it, you’ll have to refuel and sign a 10/10 shooting.
Germany in search of a first medal, Roiseland in search of a double
In the hard since the start of the Worlds, Germany is hoping for a start this Saturday. Denise Hermann took off. As for the favorites, the Norwegian Roiseland, leader of the general classification of the World Cup and defending champion of the sprint, is the first in contention and started in 11th position. Justine Braisaz-Bouchet will start in 13th position.
The first competitor, the Czech Davidova set off. 98 other participants will succeed him during the 7.5 kilometers of this sprint, cut by a lying shot then a standing shot.
Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet revenge
Member of the mixed relay, fifth in her race on Wednesday, Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet was particularly disappointed after her passage. In the fight for the title, the Frenchwoman missed her last ball. With four faults and a penalty lap, the tricolor relay finally missed the podium. Spearheading women, Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet will be keen to catch up and regain confidence for the rest of the Worlds.
An Eckohff-Oberg duel for the title?
Leader of the Sprint World Cup, Tiril Eckhoff will start the race as favorite. With three successes this season in the specialty, the Norwegian will be wary of her compatriot Marte Olsbu Roiseland, often placed but rarely a winner, and especially of the Swedish Hanna Oberg. Victorious of three sprints this season, the 2018 Olympic champion of the individual could still slip on the box after the passage of the 99 competitors.
Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet, the best French luck?
Fifth in the classification of the specialty in the World Cup, Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet represents the greatest chance of a medal for the French clan this Saturday. In total, there will be four French women at the start of the race:
Justine Braisaz-Bouchet will start at 2:36 p.m. and 30 seconds
Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet will start at 14:41 and 30 seconds
Julia Simon will start at 14:43 and 30 seconds
Anaïs Bescond will start at 3:03 pm.
Hello everyone, see you at 2:30 p.m. for the start of the race
Hello and welcome to all. From 2:30 p.m., the French will try to win a medal in the sprint, the first individual women’s race at the Pokljuka Worlds. The day after the coronation of the Swede Martin Ponsiluoma in front of Simon Desthieux and Emilien Jacquelin, the Blue will also want to unlock their medal counter.